Tuesday, March 18, 2014
The Department of French Studies presents: Melanie Hawthorne: "Collecting the Life of Renée Vivien." 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow).
at the Cable Car Cinema
February 20—March 2, 2014
Tickets and location
Cable Car Cinema
204 South Main Street
$9 general admission
$7 student admission
$55 for 8 general admissions
$20 for 4 student admissions
TICKETS GO ON SALE, FEBRUARY 5, 2014.
Tickets and passes can be purchased at the Cable Car Cinema in advance or on the day of the screening beginning at 9am. Online ticketing is available at www.cablecarcinema.com for general admission tickets only (no passes/full price only). Pass holders must obtain a ticket for each screening at the Cable Car (limit 2 tickets per screening)
Check back soon for the schedule!
Films descriptions can be found here.
Monday, November 18, 2013:
The Department of French Studies presents: Marta Segarra: ""De la ménagerie à la philosophie": Hélène Cixous et l'animalité" (Lecture presented in French) 5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow).
Tuesday, November 12, 2013:
The Dean's Inaugural Lecture Series: Professor David Wills " Drone Penalty: the Technological Time of Offshore Execution" Presented by the Office of the Dean of Faculty and the Department of French Studies Tuesday, November 12, 2013 6:00PM. The lecture will be held at the Brown Faculty Club, Huttner Room, One Magee Street. A reception will follow.
Working at the Intersection of Language and Culture in the Digital Age: practical approaches to the pedagogy of cultural learning
A workshop organized by Shoggy Waryn (French Studies, Brown University) and the Center for Language Studies at Brown University with Support from The Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning and the Center for Language Studies (CLS, Brown)
Date: October 5th 2013, 8:30 am-6:00 pm
Venue: ECT lab 201, CIT WATSON BUILDING, 366 Brook Street, Brown University, Providence.
Tuesday, September 18, 2013:
The Department of French Studies presents:
William Marx "Were Greek Tragedies Really Tragic?" (Lecture presented in English)
5:30PM, Rochambeau House Music Room, 84 Prospect Street (reception to follow)